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Passover Meal - Tilapia with Horseradish and Beet Green Chimichurri

By Melissa d’Arabian,
The Associated Press

As published on Register Guard.com, d’Arabian wrote “When I was growing up, my family celebrated both Jewish and Christian holidays. 545 more words


For date night on the cheap, try Alaskan King Crab legs

Nothing says indulgence like noshing on some seriously giant Alaskan King Crab legs.

They’re not just tasty, they’re a low-fat source of protein — one leg has about 25 grams of protein, and a whole host of vitamins and minerals (including sodium, incidentally, so a heads-up if you are watching salt), but only a couple of grams of fat. 681 more words


Chicken goes from dull to delicious with five-spice blend

Eating healthy on a budget and tight schedule means the boneless skinless chicken breast makes frequent appearances on our table.

It’s a smart choice as a lean protein – one cup (250 mL) of cubed chicken breast has a whopping 43 grams of protein yet only 5 grams of fat (fewer than 2 of those are saturated). 632 more words


One Week of Home Cooked Meals

By the time I get home from my commute all I want to do is eat. Time and time again I’ve driven to a fast food drive-thru or heated up a frozen burrito. 846 more words


This easy sheet-pan salmon supper will start 2017 just right

New year new you. Right?

So let’s get right down to it: If healthy eating is complicated and time-consuming, we will lose interest before Valentine’s day has arrived. 525 more words


With this holiday-friendly cauliflower puree, you won't miss mashed potatoes

Cauliflower entered the healthy food scene with a bang a few years ago as clever solution to our low-carb-seeking starch-loving woes. And with good reason: Cauliflower is incredibly versatile and can be used to replace simple carbs in endless recipes — from cauliflower versions of risotto, pizza crust and couscous just to name a few. 549 more words


A perfect example of smart cookie indulgence, make these chocolate rosemary biscotti for a snack or a gift

I remember the first party I ever hosted. I was 5 and my mom invited all of my kindergarten girlfriends and their moms for a holiday singing gathering. 612 more words